The Renaissance Art Challenge

The Renaissance Art Challenge

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  • Introduction
  • Imagine that you are enrolled in a course about Renaissance art... you are in a local college's school cafeteria... this is where the adventure begins!
  • The task
  • Suddenly your professor walks into the same cafeteria, trying to find a space to get some grading done. A challenge is issued...
  • Show me how much you have learned! Attempt to best me in a Renaissance Art labeling quiz!
  • I can do it!
  • About the Renaissance
  • So many places as well! From Northern Europe to Italy and all throughout the continent, artists were working everywhere and anywhere!
  • There have been so many great minds in art throughout the Renaissance era... from da Vinci to Michelangelo... where to begin!?
  • What is the setting? Why will this game be played? What subject is the game about?
  • The Destination
  • What is the reason for the game to be played? Who is asking for it to be completed? What is the end result?
  • About the Game
  • Sporcle is a wonderful website that allows for the creation of all kinds of games with free access and signup!
  • In fact, the use of a website such as Sporcle have become extremely useful instructional strategies (Mupinga & Busby, 2011, p. 86).
  • What is so important about the Renaissance? Who are some important figures? Where did the Renaissance take place?
  • How to Play
  • Sporcle
  • G A M E P L A Y
  • The first step is to go to the following website...
  • Where will the game be located? What is the platform that it is on? Is this website used often?
  • What is so innovative about Sporcle? Why is it useful? Why is the inclusion of online games important in a classroom setting? How can they affect learning?
  • What is so important about online game play? How does it affect learning in a classroom in an online setting? How can Sporcle influence the classroom experience?
  • Step 1: Copy paste website into internet browser window. Step 2: Click "play game" green button. Step 3: As each image appears, type Early, High, Low or Mannerist into the space. Step 4: When you get an answer correct, the game will move onto the next question. All wrong answers are immediately placed at the back of the lineup. Step 5: Try to get all ten pictures correctly labeled in ten minutes or less!
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